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Family-Sponsored Immigration

 

Chandak Law Firm, PLLC can help with family-sponsored immigration issues.

 

 There are a number of immigration issues that can affect families. These issues include attempting to connect parents, children and siblings with relatives in the United States, bringing together couples who are married or engaged to be married, removal of conditional residence, maintaining immigration status after separation or divorce, and gaining immigration status of family members who are illegal or inadmissible to the United States.


Chandak Law Firm, PLLC offers expertise in all areas of family-sponsored immigration. The firm can advise you of potential pitfalls and help you overcome case denials.  Family Immigration Services Offered by Chandak Law Firm, PLLC include:

 

  • Marriage Based and Fiancée Visas (Green Cards, K-1, and K-3 visas)
  • Removal of Conditional Residence (I-751) and Preservation of Residence After Divorce (Waiver of Removal of Conditional Residence)
  • Visas for Children, Stepchildren, Orphans, and Adopted Children
  • Visas for Parents and Siblings
  • Consular Processing and Waivers of Inadmissibility
  • Appeals before the Administrative Appeals Unit (AAU) and Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
  • Original proceedings before U.S. District Courts and appeals to Federal Appeals Courts

  

Importance of Hiring an Immigration Lawyer from the Start

 

Increased enforcement and random investigation of family-sponsored immigration petitions can subject even the most straight forward cases to heightened scrutiny. Hiring a lawyer to represent you before you start the immigration process can save costs, prevent unforeseen difficulties, and avoid eventual heartache. Denial of your case may bar future immigration status without years of expensive legal proceedings. 


The Chandak Law Firm, PLLC assists clients in Raleigh, North Carolina and throughout Wake County, North Carolina.



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